Made from a special gland in the abdomen of the worker bee,
beeswax is used to form the foundation and build hexagon cells
within the hive for honey, brood and pollen storage.
During the honey extraction process, comb cappings are cut to release honey. These cappings are then melted and gently strained
to remove dirt or bee particles.
Beeswax color is subject to vary dependent on honey source,
pollen and propolis content. It has a light, natural honey fragrance that smells unbelievable!
Because of its non-toxic and natural composition, beeswax is one of the most versatile ingredients.
Uses include: cosmetic, culinary, woodworking, art & candle making.